Potential Barriers to Women's Leadership Self-efficacy
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University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Many organizations are employing women at a higher rate than seen in previous years, yet women are still underrepresented in leadership roles. In this paper, I examine factors that may influence an individual’s perceived capabilities of being a leader, such as perception of self-agency and workplace incivility. The inequality seen in the workplace illustrates that there are barriers to women’s advancement to leadership roles. Therefore, this study illustrates that future research is needed to discover key factors that may prevent women from pursuing leadership and obtaining positions.
BARRIERS TO LEADERSHIPINEQUALITIES IN ACADEMIAINEQUALITIES IN LEADERSHIPLEADERSHIPLEADERSHIP IN ACADEMIAWOMEN IN ACADEMIA
Ruggs, EnricaShanock, LindaRogelberg, Steven
Thesis (M.A.)--University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2016.
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